Takashi in Action

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Takashi is the result of a movement that began in 2017 by a group of crypto traders, developers and enthusiasts, who first met online. The goal was to work together in real time in order to optimize trading results. Soon, more developers joined the group and we started to code trading strategies based on successful trades. Now, rebranded as Takashi Trading Club, we are ready to grow our community. We believe crypto and the blockchain technology have the power to change the way we perceive the world and root the biggest wealth transfer in human history.



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Our signals will be monitoring which ever market(s) you choose, all the time.


Trends Finder

Find out when is the best moment to get in and out of a trade choosing signals that show you high probability initiation and ending points of a trend.


Endless Customization

Edit the inputs, periods, indicators used and much more adapting Takashi Signals to your trading style.


Mobility

You are able to receive Takashi Trading Signals wherever you are.


Personalization

All the signals are plotted inside your own charts. Set alerts through the TradingView platform and never miss a profitable trade again.

Accurate trading signals to make your life easier.

Here you will find trading signals developed by professional traders and developers. These scripts can be used directly on your personal Trading View charts. The signals are plotted live, so you won't miss the opportunity to enter on a profitable trade. Our scripts are back-tested and we only publish those generating accurate signals.

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Trading Signals for Forex, Crypto and Stocks including Entry, Take-Profit and Stop-Loss levels.

TradingView Indicators

Takashi Bows

Long and Short Term Trading

Details

After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This signal alerts you anytime price is starting to move in other direction from previous bars with high probability of continuing on the new trend. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, Volatility Movements and other Mathematical Properties.

Takashi Divergence

Long Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

Divergences strategies signal a potential reversal point because directional momentum does not confirm price. A bullish divergence occurs when the underlying market makes a lower low and RSI forms a higher low. RSI does not confirm the lower low and this shows strengthening momentum. A bearish divergence forms when the market records a higher high and RSI forms a lower high. RSI does not confirm the new high and this shows weakening momentum. Takashi Divergence signal is more complex to set up and is recommended for advanced traders. After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time the price movement goes on a different direction from RSI movement, creating a bullish or bearish divergence. It allerts you of potential entry points for long and short (non-standard inputs) term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, RSI, and Volatility Movements.

Takashi Bands

Medium Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

This signal uses Bollinger Band to generate signals. Bollinger Band is a set of lines plotted two standard deviations (positively and negatively) away from a simple moving average of the security's price. A Bollinger Band is normally plotted two standard deviations away from a simple moving average but can be adjusted to user preferences. Signals are generated when price goes above/below the Bands. After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time the closing price crosses the upper or lower band, alerting you of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, Standard Deviation and Volatility Movements.

Takashi EMA Cross

Long Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

EMA crossovers are one of the main moving average strategies. The strategy consist in applying two exponential moving averages to a chart: one longer and one shorter. When the shorter-term EMA crosses above the longer-term EMA, it's a buy signal, as it indicates that the trend is shifting up. This is known as a "golden cross". Meanwhile, when the shorter-term MA crosses below the longer-term MA, it's a sell signal, as it indicates that the trend is shifting down. This is known as a "dead/death cross". After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time Fast EMA crosses Slow EMA, alerting you of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance and Volatility Movements.

Takashi Bands + RSI

Short Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

Like Takashi Bands, this signal also uses Bollinger Band to generate signals. But in addition, RSI levels are considered. Takashi Bands + RSI will only generate signals when both criteria are met. After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time the closing price crosses the upper or lower band and RSI is reaching "oversold" and "overbought" levels, alerting you of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, Relative Strength Index, and Volatility Movements.

Takashi Scalp (RSI)

Short Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

Scalping is a trading strategy geared toward attaining many profits on minor price changes. Scalping utilizes larger position sizes for smaller price gains in the smallest period of holding time. It is performed intraday. The main goal is to buy or sell a number of shares at the bid — or ask — price and then quickly sell them a few cents higher or lower for a profit. The holding times can vary from seconds to minutes, and in some cases up to several hours. Takashi Scalp (RSI) generates signals when resistance/support lines are being touched on high/low levels of Overbought/Oversold RSI. After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time RSI reach oversold and overbought levels, alerting you of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, Relative Strength Index, and Volatility Movements.

Takashi Bows

Long and Short Term Trading

Details

After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This signal alerts you anytime price is starting to move in other direction from previous bars with high probability of continuing on the new trend. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, Volatility Movements and other Mathematical Properties.

Takashi Divergence

Long Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

Divergences strategies signal a potential reversal point because directional momentum does not confirm price. A bullish divergence occurs when the underlying market makes a lower low and RSI forms a higher low. RSI does not confirm the lower low and this shows strengthening momentum. A bearish divergence forms when the market records a higher high and RSI forms a lower high. RSI does not confirm the new high and this shows weakening momentum. Takashi Divergence signal is more complex to set up and is recommended for advanced traders. After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time the price movement goes on a different direction from RSI movement, creating a bullish or bearish divergence. It allerts you of potential entry points for long and short (non-standard inputs) term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, RSI, and Volatility Movements.

Takashi Bands

Medium Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

This signal uses Bollinger Band to generate signals. Bollinger Band is a set of lines plotted two standard deviations (positively and negatively) away from a simple moving average of the security's price. A Bollinger Band is normally plotted two standard deviations away from a simple moving average but can be adjusted to user preferences. Signals are generated when price goes above/below the Bands. After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time the closing price crosses the upper or lower band, alerting you of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, Standard Deviation and Volatility Movements.

Takashi EMA Cross

Long Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

EMA crossovers are one of the main moving average strategies. The strategy consist in applying two exponential moving averages to a chart: one longer and one shorter. When the shorter-term EMA crosses above the longer-term EMA, it's a buy signal, as it indicates that the trend is shifting up. This is known as a "golden cross". Meanwhile, when the shorter-term MA crosses below the longer-term MA, it's a sell signal, as it indicates that the trend is shifting down. This is known as a "dead/death cross". After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time Fast EMA crosses Slow EMA, alerting you of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance and Volatility Movements.

Takashi Bands + RSI

Short Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

Like Takashi Bands, this signal also uses Bollinger Band to generate signals. But in addition, RSI levels are considered. Takashi Bands + RSI will only generate signals when both criteria are met. After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time the closing price crosses the upper or lower band and RSI is reaching "oversold" and "overbought" levels, alerting you of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, Relative Strength Index, and Volatility Movements.

Takashi Scalp (RSI)

Short Term Trading (standard inputs)

Details

Scalping is a trading strategy geared toward attaining many profits on minor price changes. Scalping utilizes larger position sizes for smaller price gains in the smallest period of holding time. It is performed intraday. The main goal is to buy or sell a number of shares at the bid — or ask — price and then quickly sell them a few cents higher or lower for a profit. The holding times can vary from seconds to minutes, and in some cases up to several hours. Takashi Scalp (RSI) generates signals when resistance/support lines are being touched on high/low levels of Overbought/Oversold RSI. After adding this signal on TradingView, you will get notified every time RSI reach oversold and overbought levels, alerting you of potential entry points for long and short term trades. This algorithm takes in consideration Volume Levels, Support & Resistance, Relative Strength Index, and Volatility Movements.

Takashi Trading Club Membership Plans

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$100 / $105
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$285 / $300
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$180 / $210
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$510 / $600
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$300 / $420
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$840 / $1200
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Q. What is TradingView?
A.TradingView is a web service and social network for traders, with a platform for technical analysis. TradingView is available with a paid subscription, and with a limited free version. To use Takashi Trading Signals you will need a valid TradingView account (paid or free) in order to generate the signals.
Q. Can I trust the signals?
A.Because we use Takashi Trading Signals ourselves on our trades, be assured that they are constantly updated and adapted to market changes. The signals are automatically generated by scripts. It is impossible to get right signals 100% of the time, but we work very hard to make sure the signals are always updated and consistent enough to use.
Q. What are the best settings for my signal?
A.The best settings for each signal will depend on the market you are using it on. To have better feedback, join our telegram group, where we discuss and share trading information.
Q. Do you guarantee to make profit on each trade?
A.You should be very worried if anyone tells you they can guarantee a profit on each trade. Even though our algorithms are viable, they are not always 100% accurate. The best way to ensure a profit is to use Takashi Trading Signals combined with your judgement as trader and a strong risk management strategy.